light leak


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light leak

(līt lēk)
Any white luminescence visible when lights are off in an x-ray darkroom; may be due to unsealed door frames or air vents.
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Which reminds me: I saw the critics' screening of "House" Tuesday night at the IMAX theater at Chicago's Navy Pier where a massive, constant light leak on the screen ruined all the dark scenes.
The Vive Pro offers updated optics, better sound, and a redesign to make less light leak in when wearing it.
The Vive Pro, above, offers updated optics, better sound, and a redesign to make less light leak in when wearing it.
But in the first detailed look at these structures, Sweeney and Pennsylvania colleague Amanda Holt found that the channels perform poorly, letting most of the light leak away sideways.
A little light leak fades the projected image, but it performs decently in darkness.
"We think it's either a vent-hole light leak or a glinty rock." It's also possible that the flashes resulted from the impact of fast-moving cosmic rays with the camera, Maki said in a statement released by NASA.
Camera360 2.0 enhances the photo with Light Leak or Texture at random.
"There was a light leak from a chlorine bulk storage container which activated the detection system and instigated procedures to isolate the plant.
All women experience some type of light leak at some point in their lives, and STRIDE Everyday is designed to provide them with a two-in-one solution, she notes.
As I drank a second cup of chamomile, I told the receptionist about the light leak.
2 and 3.) The artifacts suggested a light leak. But what was the source?
The first step in determining this was to use a tiny light leak in the entrance aperture of the detector to measure the efficiency for detecting single photoelectron events.